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Poster: Time Traveller Date: Jan 2, 2007 4:45pm
Forum: opensource Subject: Where do I find the file to download

My RSS feed told me about the following book, I tried to find the download on

and clicked on the FTP link but found nothing but some files containing HTML describing the book. I just begun using Firefox because IE7 which appears to do HTML different stopped my HP Scanner Director software from working. I tried the FAQ and forums, but honestly, I don't really know what my question is, the answer is likely so obvious and I am not clued up enough to know. I would be really pleased if somebody could explain. following is a brief copy and paste in case the link above does not work.

PS, I normally right click on the file to download, and IE7 "save target as" and Firefox "save link as" I have no trouble with PDF or HTML books.

Hints on driving.. (1870)Author: Ward, C. S
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN
Usage Rights: See Terms
Book Contributor: University of California Libraries
Language: English

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Poster: Branko Collin Date: Feb 19, 2007 11:07am
Forum: opensource Subject: Re: Where do I find the file to download

Maybe somebody fixed this, or maybe the "owner" was still busy uploading files when you arrived, but I can see a lot more than just a few HTML files (PDF and TXT for instance), and I can download these extra files too. Enjoy.